Full title reads: "Sotheby's. Abstracts Sell For £536,500".
Sotheby's Auction House, London. Sale of paintings by Russian abstract artist Vasily Kandinsky.
GV People going into Sotheby's.
GV Sale in progress. CU painting which is sold to 'George' who bought it by phone for...
Events that have made headline news in 1954 are seen in this review of the year.
Auction of paintings at Sotheby's. London.
Humorous art exhibition gets a Royal Visitor.
Review of the year 1945.
Scenes from the musical "The Street Singer" starring Phyllis Dare and Harry Welchman.
An Action Artist demonstrates how he creates a picture by running a bicycle over paint on canvas.
Harry Secombe opens an exhibition of art work by actors, singers and comics in London.
Over 200 paintings by twentieth century masters sold using closed-circuit television.
Queen Mother and Princess Margaret attend the Chelsea Flower Show. London.
Princesses Alexandra and Margaret and Lord Snowdon visit the Chelsea Flower Show.
The Royal Horticultural Society hosts the Chelsea Flower show. Royal visitors are there.
The Chelsea Flower Show 1967. London.
The Queen Mother accepts cheques on behalf of the Freedom From Hunger Campaign.
Footage of Salvador Dali's Jewels on display at Sotheby's in London.
Deaf boy arrives in London from Hong Kong to receive prize from Royal Society of Arts.
Various people (artists, musicians) at the displaced persons camp, Italy.
An exhibition of artwork, model ships and villages all made by doctors in their spare time.
PART 2. Documentary covering changes in women's lives and status between l890 and 1930.
Various processes involved in making a lithographic print are demonstrated.
George Beven, an exotically handsome Ceylonese artist, demonstrates finger-painting on rush mats.
Retrospective documentary tracing the development of moving pictures.
Great documentary about the food production company Erin Foods. c. 1965
Frankie Vaughan visits and helps out at the Rugby Boys Club in Notting Hill.
Child impersonator Harry Hemsley does a routine involving "Winnie", his "child".